Explore ways to create a healthy work environment for you and your team

12 October, 2021

As leaders, it’s important to recognize the impacts to mental health and promote mental health awareness in our workplace and the resources available, whether virtually or in person, for anyone who needs support.

If you are a UBC leader looking to create or maintain a healthy work environment, there are a number of tools and resources available to help you prioritize your mental health and the mental health of your team. Find out what kind of resources and support is available to you, and what you can do to promote mental health awareness within your area of the university.

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